Honeymoon Hotel is a Merrie Melodies short, released February 17, 1934 and the first Warner Bros. cartoon produced in color. This was one of the two Merrie Melodies cartoons that was produced in Cinecolor. After that the series went briefly back to black-and-white, then to full on color, though the Looney Tunes remained black-and-white until 1942.
An insect couple stay in a hotel, until it catches fire.
- The two Cinecolors were sold to Associated Artists Productions and became part of the Turner package in 1986.
- The song Honeymoon Hotel was written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren, and was introduced in the 1933 Warner Bros. film, Footlight Parade.
- EU 1995 Turner print of this short kept its original ending title card with Dubbed 1995 notice.